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Scotland’s war on inequality

Regardless of the referendum outcome, nothing less than fundamental social change can create a more equal society north of the border suggests Paul Tracey, Professor of Innovation & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School. As the countdown to the Scottish…

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MBA Gopal Rao wins Twitter competition to meet Foreign Secretary William Hague

Gopal Rao, a current MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, met William Hague, UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, last week where they discussed preventing sexual violence in conflicts. The meeting took place because Gopal won a…

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Neil Stott joins Cambridge Judge Business School to teach social innovation

The Chief Executive of successful charity and social enterprise, Keystone, has been appointed to a post as Senior Teaching Faculty in Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School. Neil Stott, who founded Keystone Development Trust to work primarily with socially…

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Social innovation tour cultivates ideas for Cambridge MBA students

Trek to a social innovation future In February this year the Cambridge MBA Social Innovation Student Interest Group (SIG) embarked on a unique career trek to five social impact organisations in the capital: Acumen, Pearson Affordable Learning Fund, Big Society…

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Social innovation: Cambridge MBAs lead the way

Leadership that has a positive impact on the world is fast becoming a watchword of Cambridge MBA programmes as the School moves social innovation and entrepreneurship up the agenda. The Cambridge MBA concentration in Social Innovation offers students a chance…

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Social enterprise in the field

Professor Paul Tracey believes that you can't shine a spotlight on poverty and inequality from your desk. It's a huge challenge to run a successful social enterprise in a poor rural area. "We're asking people to go to places where…

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Accelerate Cambridge makes first two seed grants

Real-world risk prediction and a dynamic data gathering platform are the first two ventures to receive funding from the new Cambridge Judge Business School 'Accelerate Cambridge' business accelerator The two fledgling companies, Cytora and, have each received £15,000 to…

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Making the good great – entrepreneurs debate how to upscale social ventures

How to take social ventures to the next level was the subject under discussion when entrepreneurs and thinkers from Cambridge and Silicon Valley met at Cambridge Judge Business School. The Scaling Social Ventures event brought together four Silicon Valley entrepreneurs…

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Cambridge Judge Business School supports regional development trust in inspirational work with students

Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed a class of Year 11 school pupils from Thurston Community College, Suffolk, on 16 May 2013, as part of an outreach visit organised by the Keystone Development Trust and members of the School. The pupils,…

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Cambridge Judge Business School supports regional development trust in raising young people’s aspirations

Cambridge Judge Business School has welcomed ten Year 11 school pupils from Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill as part of an outreach visit organised by the Keystone Development Trust and the University's Public Engagement Team. The 15-year-old pupils, who come…

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